CoinLoan, an Estonia-based startup, has launched a crypto-to-fiat lending platform where cryptocurrency is used as collateral. From now on, crypto-backed loans are available for users all over the world. On CoinLoan, everyone can become a lender or a borrower, on his or her own terms. The platform’s primary objective is to link counteroffers and ensure the safety of the deal.
“A user-centric approach has always been a priority for us. It makes us unique in comparison with other fintech startups popping up these days. At the moment, CoinLoan offers the most flexible conditions in the lending market. The main advantage of the project is that it is based on the P2P economy. It means anyone can lend or borrow controlling the terms individually.” said Alex Faliushin, Founder & CEO at CoinLoan.
“For instance, we asked our audience about their demands and saw a request in micro, medium and large loans as well. That’s why on CoinLoan every user can create a loan application according to his/her current needs, whether for a €500 short-term loan or a big deal”, he added.
CoinLoan creates a win-win situation for both parties. Crypto collateral protects lender’s fiat funds from the risks of non-repayment. Borrowers get a loan regardless of their credit history and don’t need to choose between holding their crypto and getting access to money. Every user has an opportunity to customize an amount and term of a loan, fiat currency to lend or crypto asset for a collateral, interest rate and loan-to-value ratio.
The very first loan agreements have been successfully concluded, as claimed by the company. Licenses, credit history checks or solvency proofs are not required for borrowing or providing a loan. It is enough to register and verify an account for creating a lending or borrowing application. If there is a suitable counteroffer, the applications will be matched and the user will receive fiat money almost instantly.
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